The Lostwood Wetland Management District Complex, located in Northwestern North Dakota, extends from
eastern Burke County, north to the Canadian
border, west to the Montana line, and south to Lake Sakakawea.
The Complex encompasses five North Dakota Counties, and is
comprised of three National Wildlife Refuges and two Wetland
of wildland habitats are present, ranging from prairie creeks and
rivers to rolling hills covered with native prairie grasses and
dotted with numerous wetlands; and from flat croplands to gradual
slopes leading downward towards Lake Sakakawea, and the rather
rough breaks and bluffs that border this impoundment on the
Missouri River system.
invited to follow the links to learn more about this rural area
that abounds with large varieties of prairie wildlife, or, better
yet, to obtain information for planning a trip to the Prairie
Pothole Region of Northwestern North Dakota.
more about each of the Complex' three field stations, test your
knowledge of the Waterfowl of the Prairies, including species
and song identification, or select from other related links.
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